We take pride in Quality
Attention to detail and rigorous testing define quality WordPress plugins. We hold ourselves to high coding standards in every commit and pull request. The same holds true for every customer communication, blog article, tweet, share, or WordCamp presentation. Details matter.
We Value Contribution
The Impress.org Team regularly contributes to the WordPress and broader open source communities. All of our code is GPL compliant and never proprietary. Whether through code contributions on GitHub or WordCamp involvement, we are deeply dedicated to empowering others to do good through open source.
We Code for Good
Solving problems using WordPress has always been our passion. We don’t just build plugins, we build solutions. Everything we develop is crafted to help your business or nonprofit succeed in reaching its potential. Our software has helped more than 50,000 nonprofits raise tens of thousands of dollars worldwide
Since its founding, this company has focused on providing solutions that empower organizations to reach their full online potential. Our open source contributions and support of the WordPress community have played a huge role in our company identity. We believe in Code for Good so that everyone can Press Forward.
After several WordCamps and meetups, Devin Walker, founder, sees the need for well-built plugins for small businesses. The company is founded to fill the gap.
First Open Source Plugins Released
The first open source plugins are released on WordPress.org, complete with full documentation and backed by high-quality technical support. Each serves to help small businesses succeed online.
Jason Knill joins as Head of Finance and Matt Cromwell joins as Head of Support, partnering with Devin. All of their skills combined allow the company to provide more well-rounded expertise and better serve customers.
Nonprofit Focus Begins
During the last WordCamp San Francisco Matt and Devin are inspired to solve a big problem in the nonprofit space: online donations. The idea for GiveWP is born.
First WordCamp Sponsorship
The company sponsors WordCamp San Diego where GiveWP is unveiled to the WordPress world.
Launch of GiveWP
GiveWP, a donation plugin, is released to provide a feature-rich fundraising platform for nonprofits on WordPress.
First WordCamp US
Devin and Matt attend the first ever WordCamp US in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
First Employees Hired
The exponential growth of GiveWP allows the company to hire full-time employees to keep pace with market demand.
First Company Retreat
The Team enjoys its first company retreat together at WordCamp US in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
First International Employees Hired
Experts from around the world are hired in order to better serve international customers through their diverse experience and development skills.
Increased Investment in the WordPress Community
The Team enjoys sponsoring, speaking, volunteering and organizing more meetups and WordCamps than ever before.
Record Company Growth
The company grows at an accelerated rate due to the success of GiveWP and increased community involvement.
WP Business Reviews Development Begins
A redesign of the previous reviews plugins begins in order to make one comprehensive premium business reviews platform.
Release of GiveWP 2.0
GiveWP is enhanced for increased scalability and to allow users to streamline donor registration, fine-tune email management, and more.
Launch of WP Business Reviews
WP Business Reviews makes its debut to the WordPress Community. Users can beautifully display reviews from Google, Yelp, and Facebook with more platforms on the way.
Rebrand to Impress.org
The company rebrands as Impress.org to focus on Code for Good so everyone can Press Forward.
Press Forward 🚀
Lead by Doing
Every member of The Impress.org Team is dedicated to the open source and WordPress communities. You’ll find us sponsoring, speaking, and organizing at WordCamps; hosting meetups; and helping nonprofits and small businesses succeed online.Join Our Team